Pool Safety Tips to Consider this Labor Day
As the summer comes to a close, it is important to refresh our memories on the important pool safety tips to consider this Labor Day. Pool accidents are at heightened risk during holidays such as this and it is essential to consider some safety precautions before hitting the water this long weekend. Continue reading to learn the top pool safety tips to keep in mind as we celebrate our day off.
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Pool Safety Tips to Consider
To avoid a pool accident this Labor Day, consider the following pool safety tips to keep you and your loved ones safe over the long weekend:
- Be sure that everyone swimming understands where the shallow parts of the pool start and stop
- Never leave a child unattended in or around the water
- Have someone on the property who can perform CPR if necessary
- Do not swim while intoxicated
- Do not allow electronic devices near the pool
- Be sure that there is proper covers, alarms, barrier, and fencing surrounding the pool
- Ensure the pool has drain covers
- Ensure that all guests are able to swim property if the pool is too deep for guests to stand comfortably in the water
- When the pool is not in use, stow away portable latter to avoid children from having access to the pool
Am I eligible for compensation following a pool accident?
To learn if you are eligible for compensation following a swimming pool accident, the first step you will need to take is to reach out to an experienced personal injury attorney. Your attorney will then work to prove that negligence resulted in your injuries by filing a premises liability claim. Your attorney will work to prove that the accident was a result of the pool owner’s failure to ensure the lawful standard of care and safety. They will work to recover evidence such as photos of the scene, medical documentation relating to your treatment, witness statements from those who saw your accident occur, and more to back your claim.
To learn more about filing a premises liability claim and if you have a valid claim after being injured in a swimming pool accident, do not hesitate to reach out to our experienced personal injury firm. We would be happy to walk you through the process. Contact us today to schedule your initial consultation.
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